Legal Humor Articles, Music, Games, and Other Stuff for Lawyers and Those Who Know Them
Dedicated to the proposition that zealous representation of clients and furtherance of the public good
can be only enhanced by a healthy willingness to poke fun at ourselves appropriately on occasion.*

ARTICLES (Acrobat PDF format)   MUSIC

  Legal Screening
     "A Lawyer's Summer Movie Guide" - The Record

  A Love Story in the Form of a Law Review Article!

     "Law Review: A Love Story" -
California Lawyer

  "Oscars" for Lawyers
"'And the winner might be...'" - National Law Journal
  Legal Olympics
"Lawyers Should Go for Olympic Gold, Too!" - National Law Journal
  Limitations of Legal Technology
"Lawyers and Technology: A Limited Partnership" - NYS Bar Journal
  Proposed Legal Software
"Legal CDs that Aren't Out but Should Be" - Law Office Computing
  Legal Citation Style
     "The Bluebook Blues" - National Law Journal
  Marketing for Lawyers
     "I'm Bill Low. File With Me and Win, Win, Win!" - National Law Journal
  Searching for a Partner 2d
     "Dating in the '90's" - Weight Watchers Magazine
  Law Firm Practice
     "'Seeing Ourselves as Others See Us'" (Book Review) - Legal Times
  The Weight of the Evidence
     "Avoiding The Road To Ruin" - Weight Watchers Magazine  
  Professionals As Children
     "When I grow up . . ." - ParentGuide News
  Popular Perceptions of Lawyers
     "Why Are They Picking On Us?" - ABA Journal
  Exercising Your Options
     "Working Vacation" - Weight Watchers Magazine
  Searching for a Partner
     "Love Among the Onions" - Weight Watchers Magazine
  Jurisdictional Considerations
     "Looking For A New Place To Practice? - ABA Journal
  Business Travel Trade Secrets
     "How to Succeed in Business Travel" - Mobile Office
  Law Firm Recruiting
     "Harvest Time" - ABA Journal
  The Legal Life
     "Magnificent Regression" - New York Law Journal
  Lawyers (Allegedly) at Leisure
     "Pickup Softball in Central Park: An Appreciation" - New York Observer
  Holiday Gifts for Lawyers
     "A Lawyer's Pre-Season Shopping Guide" - New York Law Journal
  "Legal" Versions of Motion Pictures
     "Summer Movies for Lawyers" - New York Law Journal
  "Legal" Versions of TV Programs
     "Recycling Old TV Shows for Lawyers" - New York Law Journal
  Law School Education
     "Curriculum Verite: A Modest Proposal" - New York Law Journal
  Lawyer Softball Leagues
     "From Pinstripes to Pinstripes" - New York Law Journal


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Article Gallery
  "TYPO-MAN" Comic Book
      "Home for the Holidays""Typo-Man" - A legal humor comic book

    Other Law-Related Parodies
      Law School
      "P/F, The Magic Option"  (LIVE!)
      "The Time for Cramming"  (LIVE!)
      "Yesterday"  (LIVE!)
      "Bar Exam"
      Law Practice
      "Little Co-op"
      "I'm A Proofreader"
      "Boring Days"
  Parody Answering Message
      "Perry Mason's Answering Machine"
  A Lawyer's Change of Address
      "Notice of Motion for Change of Venue"
       Your Yes/No Question:        
       Your Legal Advice:   Referrals Welcome!  Tell Your Colleagues!

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Arrange The Exhibits


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1.  "Lawyer Humor on the Web," Law Library News, University of Washington School of Law, February 17, 2003: included on "list of top law-related humor websites" as the place "where you can ... read a love story in the form of a law review article" (
2.  "Surfing From River City: Top Law Humor Sites," Sacramento Lawyer, March/April 2003: included as a "funny site" (
3.  "Legal Humor," WashLaw WEB (Washburn University School of Law Library), June 23, 2003: listed as a "Representative Site[]" (
4.  University of Baltimore Law Library Weblog, July 14, 2003: Citing and quoting its description (
5.  "Law - More or Less," Law in Popular Culture Collection, The University of Texas School of Law, Tarlton Law Library, July 17, 2003: listed (
6.  "Legal Humor, Anecdotes and Oddities: Selected Bibliography of Materials available in the Northeastern University School of Law Library," Northeastern University School of Law Library, Summer Display Case, July 21, 2003: " by Lawrence Savell, a litigation attorney from New York supplies links to witty articles and outrageous musical parodies" (
7.  "All-singing, all-billing...," Law Society Gazette (weekly U.K. newspaper), March 11, 2004, at 10: mentioned in article on my holiday humor album (
8.  "60 Sites in 60 Minutes," Presentation by Robert J. Ambrogi at ABA TechShow 2004, March 26, 2004: ("Well, are lawyers funny? That's the big question. There's a website that attempts to answer that question, called (Clip from 'Rainmaker Reindeer' plays.) This is from 'The Lawyer's Holiday Humor Album.' Larry Savell is a lawyer in New York City, and he writes humor columns. He has put out an actual album, 'The Lawyer's Holiday Humor Album.' He's got this actually kind of funny site, he's got a lot of his humor columns, he's got .MP3 clips, and he's got little games on here like 'LawHumor Hangman' and 'Arrange The Exhibits' and he's got a whole other page of little java games that you can play. (Laughter.) He attempts to make law funny.") (Listen to the segment.)  See listed first among four legal humor websites.  See also listed first among four legal humor websites.
9.  "The Best Legal Websites to Help You and Your Clients," Robert Ambrogi, Rockport, MA, Indiana Bar Association Solo & Small Firm Conference, June 4, 2004, listed first among four legal humor websites.
10.  "Laughing at Lawyers and the Law," Robert J. Ambrogi, Law Technology News, July 2004, at 48-49: A discussion of leads off a review of legal humor websites: "LAW is serious stuff. But don't tell that to New York lawyer Lawrence Savell, for fear he might abandon his endlessly entertaining site,, Savell dedicates his site 'to the proposition that zealous representation of clients and furtherance of the public good can be only enhanced by a healthy willingness to poke fun at ourselves appropriately on occasion.' And poke fun he does, through humorous articles, music, comics and even games. Consider, for example, 'Law Review: A Love Story,' a lawyer love story written in the style of a law review, complete with footnotes. Listen to excerpts from Savell's recording, 'The Lawyer's Holiday Humor Album,' featuring songs such as 'Santa v. Acme Sleigh' and 'Rainmaker Reindeer.' Check out Savell's Typo-Man comic book. Play games including 'Law Humor Hangman' and 'Arrange the Exhibits.' You could kill a lot of otherwise billable time at But then you'd be missing out on the many other sites devoted to making lawyers laugh - or to laughing at lawyers."  Also posted on (
11.  "exec's" (Executive Director's column), Citations (Ventura County (California) Bar Association), September 2004, at 18 "Websites of the month:" (first of two listed).
12.  "Insites (web)," Law Institute Journal (Victoria, Australia), November 2004, at 80, review by Law Institute Library: "This month . . . We also look at a law humour site that will get you smiling . . .[.]  It took a long time to review because I got stuck playing LawHumour Hangman. If you don’t get the word out after several tries, a Donald Trump-like message flashes up stating, 'You’re fired. Send Resume'. Move over lunchtimes spent playing Blackjack on the computer, has enough games, articles and music to keep you going into billable time. Maintained by New York lawyer, Lawrence Savell, it will appeal to anyone in the legal industry (despite the American slant). If an article entitled, 'Lawyers (Allegedly) at Leisure' or the adventures of Typo-Man sound intriguing, you too will become engrossed."  Discussed further in same issue in "Holidaze! Celebrate!," "With all due respect" column, November 2004, at 96, "It turns out Mr Savell’s humorous streak is not confined to music. He also has a website, http://www.Law, where he says you can find 'lawyer computer games, a love story in the form of a law review article, a law-related comic book, and even a free and always-immediately-responsive computerised legal advice generator'. Coincidentally, the website is reviewed in this edition of the LIJ in 'Insites' (page 81) where it gets the thumbs up."
13.  "Need a chuckle?," The Reporter (Valparaiso University School of Law Library), July 2005, at 5 " has an impressive list of links to articles poking fun at lawyers and the law, many of them from respected publications such as the ABA Journal and the National Law Journal. This site also features a selection of legal parodies such as 'Nerds in a Mass,' sung to the tune of 'Barbara Ann' about taking the bar exam; and 'The Time for Cramming,' sung to the tune of 'The Sounds of Silence.'" (fourth of ten legal humor sites listed).
14.  "WEBSITE OF THE WEEK[:] Lawyer humor nearly catches up with library humor,", October 2005: "Despite Lawrence Savell's website [link provided to] opening with audio of dubious intent, the rest of the content could be awarded various accolades concerning originality, a deviation from the stereotype, and of course downright rib-tickling funny. The Law Librarian fraternity would certainly appreciate the not excessively subtle allusions on the site that states it is 'dedicated to the proposition that zealous representation of clients and furtherance of the public good can be only enhanced by a healthy willingness to poke fun at ourselves appropriately on occasion'. In fact, it is almost on a par with Warrior Librarian. But apart from that, it's pretty good ..."

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